Team Teaching Tips. Brian J. English Ph.D. Director, Woosong Language Institute Assistant Professor TESOL-MALL Woosong University – Daejeon, South Korea.
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Brian J. English Ph.D.Director, Woosong Language InstituteAssistant Professor TESOL-MALLWoosong University – Daejeon, South Korea
Never take anything for granted; explicitly discuss everything.
Teacher A (leader) makes eye contact with Teacher B and asks Teacher B (supporter)if they have anything to add to the instructions. Teachers circulate amongst students keeping them 'on-task', answers student queries.
To keep the pace of the class going smoothly, teachers should always keep an eye on each other, and the clock. Having two teachers in the class can be a real advantage with time keeping. While Teacher A leads an activity or gives instructions, Teacher B watches the clock and makes sure that the lesson proceeds in a timely fashion.